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- The Fascination of Kite Power
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I want to know if this type of bulb work with a dimmer before I have it installed. Or will I have to use regular laght bulbs.
There’s a few things you may not know about those energy-efficient bulbs.
Like you know, the curly lightbulbs? How much would it cost to have one on for an entire month in Canada?
Would it be possible to power an energy star light bulb using the light it produces and photo-voltaic cells?
Could you create a “lampshade” of photovoltaic cells that would absorb light from a standard energy star (fluorescent), create electricity, and in turn power the lightbulb again? A battery would be used to light the bulb initially and then removed. …
Mason & Remy’s new webisode! MasonAndRemy.com We combined Earth Day & Brian Williams obsession with the term “Old School” with a dirty south beat & some fake rap to create OSLB!
If you charged a solar panel, then connected it to a strong light bulb, could that be infinite energy?
So the light bulb would re-power the solar panel. Well infinite until the light bulb runs out…